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Not necessarily. This is the representative rate we offer to the majority of people we offer loans to of this size.
How your rate is decided
When you apply we do a credit assessment. This will affect the rate we offer you which may be different to the representative rate.
Get an idea of your loan repayments
The loan calculator uses the representative rate to give you a guide as to what your repayments will be.
Find out exactly what we can offer you
You need to apply for a Personal Loan so we can do the credit assessment. This credit search will appear on your credit file. You’re under no obligation to take the rate we offer you.
You may repay the loan in full at any time before the final payment is due. Details of how to do this are in your agreement.
We calculate your settlement figure by first determining your ‘settlement date’. For a Personal Loan of less than, or equal to, one year we work out your settlement date by counting forward 28 days from the date we receive your request to settle early. If your loan agreement is longer than one year we are allowed to calculate the settlement date by counting forward for a further 30 days or one calendar month. We will charge interest up to your settlement date.
If you entered into your agreement with us on or after 11 June 2010, you are entitled to make a partial repayment of your Personal Loan.
Upon making a partial repayment you can choose whether to either reduce the term of your loan or your monthly repayment amount.
Please contact our team of specialist PPI complaint handlers on 0800 171 2171. Lines are open 8.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday.
It can help to have your PPI policy number to hand but we can find this for you if you don’t have it by using your name, date of birth and address at the time you took the policy out.
We’ll take the details of your complaint and advise you of the next steps.
To help us understand your complaint fully and process it quickly you can download and complete a PPI Questionnaire (pdf)
If you’re unsure whether you have/had PPI
We can confirm this if you call us on the number above.